Malawi Broadcasting Corporation
Business Development

Kabaza operators sign MoU with Mchinji Council

Malawi Coalition for Kabaza Stakeholders and Association (MACOKASA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Mchinji District Council in a bid to improve safety among Kabaza operators in the district.

Speaking on Tuesday during the signing ceremony, National Chairperson for MACOKASA, Moses Michael Mwalabu said the association is set to bring in better coordination between the council and the kabaza operators.

“MACOKASA is set to not only bring safety to operators but also to bring in different opportunities such as loans to kabaza operators so that they can develop their businesses,” said Mwalabu.

Mwalabu signing the MOU

Director of administration for Mchinji, Hastings said this is a milestone in maintaining order in the Kabaza business.

“The pedal and motorcycle taxi business is a vital business in our everyday life such that it needs to be operated under safety measures and the coming in of MACOKASA will help achieve that,” said Mlambuzi.

Mlambuzi signs the MoU while Mwalabu and Nkhoma looks on

He further said the council is ready to work hand in hand with MACOKASA in awareness campaigns to educate operators about safety and following regulations.

Mchinji Police Officer In-Charge, John Nkhoma, emphasised that working with the association will further help kabaza operators abide by rules and regulations since now they have an association they can answer to.

Mchinji OC signing the MoU

Phenius Phiri, Vice Chairperson for Mchinji Kabaza Associations, appreciated MACOKASA, saying this will help mitigate cases of robbery as well as bring in a sense of responsibility among Kabaza operators.

By Winfrida Kamwana-MANA

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Related posts

LCC urges contractors to produce standard work

MBC Online

PRISAM commends government for teacher recruitment

McDonald Chiwayula

Dziko la Malawi lili ndi mwai waukulu woonjezera Mphamvu zamagetsi

Mayeso Chikhadzula
error: All Content is protected. Copyright © 2022. Malawi Broadcasting Corporation. All Right Reserved.